4 Artificial Intelligence Trends That Will Dominate 2018

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According to a new press release, “Infiniti Research, a world-renowned market intelligence solutions provider, has announced the completion of their latest list blog on the 4 artificial intelligence trends that will dominate 2018. Artificial intelligence (AI) is well-poised to drastically change the way people use technology to get work done. With the suitable dataset behind it, AI can help ease many monotonous and redundant tasks, changing the way humans perform their tasks. AI has achieved a higher level of advancement this year. However, Google Duplex is just one demo amongst many other tech trends, areas where artificial intelligence has been making progress. Every day, a new headline is made with AI influencing certain aspects of life. Therefore, Infiniti has listed four artificial intelligence trends that will dominate 2018 in this blog.”

The release goes on, “Artificial intelligence trends that will dominate 2018: (1) Deep learning: By learning from images, audio, and text, data deep neural networks can mimic the human brain. They have been in use for more than a decade, but there’s a lot still to be discovered and study how a neural network learns and how can they be made effective… (2) Deep reinforcement learning: The developers of artificial intelligence are applying the principle of reinforced learning to their systems. This is the reason why the well-known AlphaGo was able to beat a human champion. Lately, it beat a DOTA champion in a very composite game by educating itself to play the game within two weeks. Researchers are depending more on this technique as it uses fewer data to train its models.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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